A $60,000 grant is going to boost the Chandler Police Department’s DUI enforcement during those times of the year when drinking and driving typically increase.
Not only did the kids at Fees College Preparatory Academy get a taste of Asian music and how it helps bring harmony in a different culture—it opened their eyes to a world they’d never before seen much less understood.
Speaker and author Marty Brounstein will give two keynote addresses on Holocaust Remembrance Day, Saturday, April 22 at St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church, 3450 W. Ray Road, Chandler.
As some of you know, one of my jobs here at Wrangler News is to extend our reach to the people who haven’t had an opportunity to work with us over the years.
Put down the devices, walk away from screen time and get those kids moving outdoors. And while you’re at it, help them develop some sports skills.
During the 2016-2017 school year, Kyrene released a solicitation for proposals for English Language Arts instructional materials for grades K-8. Kyrene follows a defined process when considering a resource for adoption.
The public meetings are over and the online-comment period has ended.
In a world where everyone with a smartphone is a reporter, a story is going to be told with every interaction between the police and citizens.
For those who haven’t grown up Catholic, the prospect of actually joining the 2,000-year-old church might seem a bit daunting.
There’s nothing quite as lonesome as being the kid at school who has no one to play with.